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AJ Refurb and Retrofit

Transforming existing buildings for the needs of the 21st century

Thursday 10th July 2008
Inmarsat, London, EC1Y 1AX

It is altogether more sustainable to refurbish large amounts of the UK's building stock rather than to demolish it and construct new buildings. From homes to offices to schools, so many existing structures are in need of radical transformation to reduce carbon emissions and ensure 21st century end-user requirements are met.

The refurbishment market offers many opportunities and challenges for the architectural community. Architects need to understand how to offer design solutions for improving the performance of the building envelope, incorporating energy saving technologies and generating renewable energy where appropriate, whilst creating a building which is attractive and ultimately fit-for-purpose.

Do you want to hone your skills in delivering successful refurbishment projects?

Attend this year’s AJ Refurb and Retrofit conference and discover vital design tips for working on a variety of refurbishment schemes. With specific focus given to residential, office and school refurbishment, this event offers a detailed insight into the practicalities of upgrading existing buildings.

Top 5 reasons to attend:

  • Understand how refurbishment fits into current Government policy

  • Hear what is driving clients to refurbish their property portfolios

  • Assess current energy saving technologies and appropriate renewable energy generation on refurbishment schemes

  • Explore approaches to improving building services in existing structures

  • Gain practical tips from refurb projects including: residential, office
    and school

To register:
Visit: www.refurbandretrofit.co.uk
or call 0845 056 8069

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